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Annual Class Album
At the beginning of each school year, I request a blank video tape to be sent to school along with the typical school supplies. Once a week, a parent volunteer videotapes each child reading a book of ...
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Assignments at a Glance
With so many different classes each day, it's difficult for me to keep students up to date on their missed work. I have a spreadsheet for each class that I magnetically post on the closet door. The sh...
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Due in Two
Ms. Elliot has a nifty way of organizing and tracking her students’ work assignments. Her “Due in Two” routine sets clear expectations and firm consequences – and helps keep whole class running smoothly.
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Fast & Easy Tracking
If you’ve ever had a student who didn’t do their homework only to later accuse you of losing it, then you’ll appreciate Ms. John’s procedure for tracking student work.
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Marking In-Class Work
Draw the line on how much you need to re-check your students’ in-class work with this simple tip. Know at a glance whose paper you looked at and how much of their work you reviewed.
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Missing Numbers
I keep track of assignments by assigning each student a number. All I have to do is look through the number list and I know who is missing work. It's much easier than using names in alphabetical order...
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Missing Papers I
My students are always losing handouts (homework sheets, school notices, skill pages). I always run off three extra copies of each handout and place them in an in-basket. I use the top of a gift box i...
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Missing Papers II
Many times students at this level feel we, the teacher, have misplaced their work. One of the best ways I have found to make life easier for the student, teacher, and parent is to keep a legal pad wit...
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Motivating Students for Tests
There are a few things my school does to motivate students to do well on standardized tests. We have practice tests that assess the progress of the students three times a year. In my class I play game...
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Not Acceptable
Here's my rule for make up: I don't accept it. Make up work actually punishes the teacher by having to grade and manage papers out of sequence. It also sends a message to the students who do their wor...
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